-Indian Textile Journal | February 2018

Skyscreen Pvt Ltd, a leading screen printing materials supplier in India, is introducing Stahls’ complete heat transfer kit from the USA, for those who want to start its own personalised t-shirt printing business.

“Stahls’ heat transfer is the easiest, most cost-effective way to personalise t-shirts with innovative designs. It’s fun and profitable too. It can be relatively inexpensive to start a small-scale operation especially with Stahl’s complete heat transfer printing kit,” says Anil Brahmbhatt, Managing Director of Skyscreen Pvt Ltd.

One of the most attractive aspects about starting your own custom/personalised t-shirt business is that one can start with a small scale. “Once a significant client base is built up one can set up a full-fledged shop at a strategic location in their area to attract even more customers,” says Anil Brahmbhatt. “And Stahls’ t-shirt-printing do not require a lot of space and can be run from your home (if your home members allow you?) or in a spare room of your existing business – just 100 sq.ft space,” he adds.

“Stahls’ comprehensive heat transfer printing kit is the best option for starting a self entrepreneurial t-shirt printing business. With Stahls’ heat transfer kit one can have the liberty to print t-shirts and garments without depending on any labour,” he adds further.

The shirt-printing business is a multibillion-rupee industry in India/world. Wearing t-shirt is now a fashion when it comes to casual wear and has been universally accepted by both men and women (and kids).

“If one moves around the market places, one can see how many people are wearing printed t-shirts. Certainly there is a potential market around you, right in your locality. People these days do not mind buying many printed t-shirts since it cheaper than other wearable clothes,” says Anil Brahmbhatt.

According to him, Heat transfer is an easy, cost-effective method of garment decoration. Heat transfer printing is the process of applying heat-applied materials to various items (e.g. t-shirts, garments, etc.) with a heat press.